Alberto almost a hurricane

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Captain Morgan

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Unexpectedly, it has strengthened up to 70 mph. Heading toward the gulf
coast of Fla, and is expected to move up to the SC coast by Wed. :eek:
I know we have several Fla members of the board here. Maybe it gets to
Cat 1 strength, maybe not. Batten down the hatches.
 

allie

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Les was telling me about that this morning on the phone. They were talking about how the weather might be where they are working this week. I think he said the name of the town is Conroy? They were a bit concerned if it picks up strength before it hits South Carolina.
 

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Conway? That's basically west Myrtle Beach. No biggie...it'll break up as it crosses Fla, and if it hits here, it'll just be a rain event.
 
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Captain Morgan said:
50 percent? That's for auto mechanics. Weather guys get paid big bucks to be right about 20 percent of the time.
Ain't that the truth!! #-o
 

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After the beating you guy's took last year, I hope it won't be a repeat this year. [-o<
I have bud's that have worked in New Orleans, they say it's still a war zone :eek:
 

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So far just a lil rain here. It looks like it is going through North Florida from here then up the seaboard. We did need the rain here sooooo it is not a terrible thing. The season is still young. 8-[
 

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Green Hornet said:
So far just a lil rain here. It looks like it is going through North Florida from here then up the seaboard. We did need the rain here sooooo it is not a terrible thing. The season is still young. 8-[
Good luck to all of you down that way [-o<
 
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I loved my 20 years in Orlando but MAN, am I glad we got out of there when we did. We went through several TS's and a couple minimal hurricanes during my stay but I was always worried about the big one(s). :eek: Remember Floyd?? That's the one that kicked me in the ass to get the hell out! Y'all take care down there!!
 

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Yep, you're right Cappy. They're in Conway. He called me about 8:45 last night on the cell and the reception was horrible. He said it was pouring rain and windy so we only talked a couple of minutes and he'll be calling me sometime today.
 

Bill The Grill Guy

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We are just getting the rain from Alberto now. Put the NIX on me working on the shed today. Oh well, we need the rain.
 

Puff1

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Glad you guy's are okay.........The Weather Channel says it's just the start of it all, but they love death& destruction don't they, it makes for good watchin' :)
 

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Finney said:
Puff said:
Glad you guy's are okay.........The Weather Channel says it's just the start of it all, but they love death& destruction don't they, it makes for good watchin' :)
Puffy, the experts say it is going to be a fun one again this year.
Godd luck [-o<
 
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Puff said:
Finney said:
Puff said:
Glad you guy's are okay.........The Weather Channel says it's just the start of it all, but they love death& destruction don't they, it makes for good watchin' :)
Puffy, the experts say it is going to be a fun one again this year.
Godd luck [-o<
#-o
 

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